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Multiple Impacted Supernumarary Third Molars- Why a CBCT is a Must.  

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(@hkazemi)
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25/03/2019 7:45 am  

Patient presented for extraction of third molars. The panorex showed supernumerary tooth #1 area which appeared blurred and with a double outline. A CBCT is a must when patients present with any type of supernumerary teeth as their position can be quite variable and surgical extraction can become quite complicated if misguided. CBCT showed not one, but two supernumerary teeth- a very rare presentation. With precise diagnosis and known position of the teeth, extractions were done atraumatically and swiftly.

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